5 STAR REVIEWS S Rollings - 'The book is written in a very honest manner, and is filled with many stories that will make you laugh, some that shock, and some that will make you want to cry.' J Winters - 'This has to be the best autobiography I've read.' MG - 'I started to read this book and could not put it down HONEST!!. Its very well written and you could relate on many levels to the author and his life. A book written with lots of passion...well done Paul.' D.M. Swaney - Once I started reading this book I found it very hard to put down, the book covers the full gambit of the emotions from the happy times to the most brutal times while he was on the force and how he spent his 12 years on the force and how he improved himself and his outlook and coming to the decision to leave the force to seek a new career outside of law enforcement.' FOREWORD BY GEOFF THOMPSON 'What a shock. What a revelation. I love this book and I greatly admire the inspirational work ethic of its author. I hope it sells a million.' Geoff Thompson ABOUT THE BOOK The Good Guys Wear Blue is a story about Paul Brownings twelve years experience as an officer in the West Midlands Police. Paul worked in Coventry as a PC and then a detective before being promoted to Sergeant and working in Stechford in Birmingham. The Good Guys Wear Blue is a shocking account of what it means to police the streets of the UK from the perspective of a front line officer. From day one, Paul was fighting with deranged crack heads, buried in paperwork and bullied by small minded supervisors. Find out why the tramp had a smelly finger. Discover the shocking world of the Chav and what used to happen when Pauls unit caught well known criminals (call it crime prevention). Welcome to the world of bouncers, dole scroungers, nonces, thieves and wife beaters. Welcome to Broken Britain. If you are in the police and you think you have gone insane then don't worry, you are right on track. FROM THE PUBLISHER If you enjoy gritty real life stories with a heart then you will love this book. Part police story, part autobiography, part self help manual, this book is an honest account of what it feels like to battle the worst people society has to offer while fighting mindless politicians. Discover how Paul came out the other side and finally managed to escape the madness of it all. You will be glad you read it.